Why don’t we train faculty to teach? Why is there an emphasis in many colleges on online instructional quality without any emphasis on face to face quality? How could we solve these issues?
Should colleges, faculty, authors, etc use open access resources? In this podcast I discuss some of the issues around this topic.
Surfing with the apple watch. I have owned the apple watch for years and multiple versions. In this video I discuss why I wear it for surfing.
How to extend internet connection in hard to reach areas. Can’t get internet in a room in your house? Can get your wifi upstairs, downstairs, or in your basement?
Here is the model I purchased that I mention in the video: https://amzn.to/2Xb9huH
Buying a first computer? Not sure what to look for? Not sure what to spend? Do you want a family computer? Or a computer for a relative? Then this podcast is for you. Because, I agree, it gets confusing really fast! This podcast is designed to teach you basic terminology and give you some recommendations on your new machine!
Is the Apple Watch worth it? For non-technical folks? For parents? Grandparents? Is it easy to set up? Is it different than your phone?
What is peer review? What are the advantages and disadvantages? What could make the peer review process better? This podcast will discuss my thoughts on the current peer review process that I have experienced over the last decade.
How do you protect your data? Browse anonymously? Block ads? This video will provide tips and recommendations for 2019 and early 2020.
Technology, Learning, Edtech, Instructional Design, and Gaming. In this podcast I discuss how to start designing content once you have your objectives and task analysis with a specific focus on instructional strategies – organizational, delivery, and development.
In this podcast I discuss learning taxonomies such as Bloom’s and Gagne’s, objectives, and how they fit together during the instructional design process. This podcast was recorded during a live Q&A session.